Project Online: Fresh Getting Started Content

Our User Assistance stars have just posted some brand new content to help new users to Project Online.  The new Project Online getting started articles can be found at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/project-server-help/get-started-with-project-online-HA102858793.aspx and walks you through the Project Online sign-up, adding your people and creating projects.  Thanks Sonia and all the folks in the review cycle who…


Project Online: Getting to Project Web App

One recurring theme in early support calls on Project Online has been how to get to Project Web App (PWA).  I’ll cover several options here, for different users, both administrators and general users.  The usual issues are finding PWA through navigation, or getting Access Denied messages due to missing permissions or licenses. First navigation in…


Getting started with Project Online

We have a great deal of content available for Project Online, but we do still appear to have a couple of gaps in our documentation around the early experiences – both signing up and the licensing.  This blog aims to show and tell you what to expect, and concentrates on the areas we have found…


Project Online: How do I add Project Pro?

Another early common question coming in to Microsoft Project Support is around the addition of the client application Project Professional 2013 (the subscription offering is actually called Project Pro for Office 365) to a Project Online subscription.  To clarify it is worth stepping back and understanding our offerings in Office 365.  You can take a…


Project Online: Why can’t I add it to my Office365 yet?

One of our common questions coming in to Microsoft Project Support right now is from customers wanting to add Project Online to their existing Office365 tenants, but finding that Project Online is not yet an option for them.  The reason for this is that Project Online is part of the latest release announced on February…